Brex Partners with 1Password to Make Online Payments Secure and Frictionless

Silicon Valley Fintech Unicorn Brex and 1Password have teamed up to make online payments secure and a lot less frictionless.

As mentioned in the announcement, 1Password clients may now use Brex virtual credit cards to “check out online with just two clicks.”

Brex is a robust financial stack designed to “serve the next generation of growing businesses, and now that power is accessible through 1Password in the browser.”

Growing businesses choose Brex because their all-in-one platform of financial software, services, and products “makes it easy to control corporate spending and manage runway in one place.”

The update also noted that 1Password Teams and Business customers can now “connect their Brex account to 1Password for frictionless, secure online payments in just two clicks.”

With the integration, Brex clients may autofill their Brex corporate and vendor card information while “checking out anywhere on the web – right from 1Password in the browser. Brex admins can also create and fill vendor cards during checkout.”

How to simplify and secure online payments with Brex and 1Password:

As noted in the update:

“Imagine you’re the owner of a growing business – perhaps a flourishing crypto/fintech startup called Block & Key. You’ve just raised your series A round and need to unblock employee spending while ensuring investor funds are spent securely.”

And you’re a 1Password customer because you know “how important it is to protect your business and your workers online.” Naturally, you want to “combine the convenience of both platforms to make secure online payments simple.” So now you can connect 1Password with Brex.

Once your workers connect their Brex and 1Password accounts, a Brex vault is “created in their 1Password account.”

They’ll then have access to their Brex corporate cards (everyone) and vendor cards (admins only) via 1Password in the browser, which they can “manage from their Brex dashboard.”

Those cards – and any updates made to them – are “immediately available in your employees’ 1Password Brex vault,” the update explained.

When they want to use one of those cards to purchase the latest MacBook Pro, all they need to do is “add the items to their cart on the supplier website and click into the relevant credit card field.”

1Password will “display all their available Brex cards and autofill the information for the card they select,” the announcement noted.

Brex virtual cards can be “created, stored, and used for payment anywhere on the web,” the update explained.

The admin experience

As noted in the update:

“As a founder, controlling corporate spending is the surest way to preserve runway early on – but you also know employee productivity is critical to building your product. As a Brex admin, you can create virtual cards with pre-set spending limits when a new engineer joins the team, so your new team members can purchase the gear they need responsibly. Your admin privileges also give you the ability to create vendor cards for yourself at checkout, right from 1Password in the browser. When you do, you’ll see options for setting a spending limit, locking the card after a period of time, and documenting a reason for the card creation. Create Brex vendor card.”

The cards stored in your Brex account are “automatically kept in sync with your Brex vault in 1Password, so they’re always up to date.” Your employees will “never have to worry about using out-of-date or terminated cards during checkout,” the announcement clarified.

Exclusive offer for new customers

As a business owner, you can never have “too much control over business spend – and now that control is at your fingertips wherever you browse the web.”

The new checkout experience is frictionless, which “encourages employees to use corporate cards during checkout, giving you greater visibility into your overall financial health than ever before.”

As a thanks to their clients (fintech founders or otherwise), 1Password customers new to Brex will “receive 35,000 rewards points when they sign up and spend $3,000 on their Brex card.”

And Brex customers new to 1Password will “receive a $100 credit on a 1Password Teams or Business account,” the update revealed.

As noted in the update:

“Growing businesses have enough on their plates. Let 1Password and Brex simplify finances and online security so you can focus on doing what you do best: innovating and growing your business. 1Password’s integration with Brex is available right now to 1Password Teams and Business customers based in the United States.”

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